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    1. Practical JavaScript for the Usable Web
    This is a new kind of JavaScript book. It's not cut'n'paste, it's not a reference, and it's not an exhaustive investigation of the JavaScript language. It is about client-side, web-focused, and task-oriented JavaScript. 'Practical JavaScript for the Usable Web' takes a two pronged approach to learning the JavaScript that you need to get your work done: teaching the core client-side JavaScript that you need to incorporate usable interactivity into your web applications, including many short functional scripts, and building up a complete application with shopping cart functionality.
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    2. JavaScript: A Beginner's Guide
    JavaScript is a client-side scripting language that allows you to add various features and effects to your web site and which also allows you to perform useful tasks such as form validation. This book is written in a style that allows both those with and without programming experience to learn the basics of JavaScript coding. The book has special features to help you grasp what you need to know in each chapter. Chapters begin with a set of goals, and include checkpoints along the way to test what you have covered. Also, there are projects that allow you to code scripts similar to those discussed in the chapter on your own and check your results in the browser or by looking at the downloadable code on this site. At the end of each chapter is a Mastery Check which asks you a few questions related to the content of the chapter, with answers in the appendix.
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    3. How to Do Everything with JavaScript
    This friendly, solutions-oriented guide is filled with step-by-step examples that illustrate how to write basic to advanced JavaScript applications, as well as modify existing scripts to suit individual needs. Each chapter begins with the specific how-to topics that will be covered. Within the chapter, each topic is accompanied by a solid, easy-to-follow walkthrough of the process. This book covers several topics not covered in other titles, including the new JavaScript 2.0, using JavaScript with DOM 1 and 2, and creating dynamic stylesheets.
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    4. Dynamic HTML- The Definitive Reference
    This book is an indispensable compendium for Web content developers. It contains everything you need to create functional cross-platform Web applications, including- A complete reference for all of the HTML tags, CSS style attributes, browser document objects, and JavaScript objects supported by the various standards and the latest versions of Navigator and Internet Explorer. Browser compatibility is emphasized throughout the reference pages clearly indicate browser support for every entity Handy cross-reference indexes that make it easy to find interrelated HTML tags, style attributes, and document objects An advanced introduction to creating dynamic Web content that addresses the cross-platform compromises inherent in Web page design today. If you have some experience with basic Web page creation, but are new to the world of dynamic content, Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference will jump-start your development efforts.
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    5. Beginning Javascript
    Beginning JavaScript is a patient, introductory tutorial on writing scripts successfully. It assumes no prior knowledge of programming languages, and teaches you how to create client-side scripts (including full coverage of fundamentals like variables and flow control, plus plenty of screen shots.) After covering the core JavaScript language, you'll move on to learn about more advanced techniques, including Dynamic HTML, using cookies, debugging techniques, and server-side scripting with ASP.
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    6. JavaScript Programmer's Reference
    This book is aimed at programmers who know and use JavaScript in their day-to-day work, and who need a reference guide to the details of the JavaScript language. It covers: JavaScript programming concepts and definitions explained, Includes core ECMAScript, JavaScript, and JScript language features, Coverage of DOM levels 1 and 2, Browser-specific implementation details, Detailed availability listings, including IE 5.5, Netscape 6, and Opera 5, and Server-side JavaScript and the Netscape Enterprise Server.
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    7. Javascript for the World Wide Web
    JavaScript for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, Third Edition is the book for people who already know how to build Web pages with HTML, and are ready to take the next step in making their sites more interesting and exciting. With an easy, step-by-step approach and loads of useful illustrations, readers learn to use JavaScript to liven up their pages with dynamic images and smart forms. They'll learn to control browsers detect which browser or plug-ins the user has and automatically take action use JavaScript to create and manipulate windows, and much more.
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    8. Javascript Bible
    Fully revised and updated to include JavaScript 1.2, JavaScript Bible, 3rd Edition provides in-depth coverage of such JavaScript basics as document objects, forms, multiple windows, and frames. You also get instruction on creating mouse-rollover images, integrating Java applets into Web pages, understanding how JavaScript works with Netscape and Microsoft browsers, deploying Dynamic HTML, and much more. The CD-ROM features demo versions of Macromedia Dreamweaver, Flash, and MarketWare HitList, seven bonus chapters, the code for the examples in the book, and the electronic version of JavaScript Bible, 3rd Edition.
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    9. Javascript : The Definitive Guide
    JavaScript: The Definitive Guide provides a thorough description of the core JavaScript language and its client-side framework, complete with sophisticated examples that show you how to handle common tasks, like validating form data and working with cookies. The book also contains a definitive, in-depth reference section that covers every core and client-side JavaScript function, object, method, property, constructor, and event handler. This book is an indispensable reference for all JavaScript programmers, regardless of experience level. This third edition of JavaScript: The Definitive Guide describes the latest version of the language, JavaScript 1.2, as supported by Netscape Navigator 4 and Internet Explorer 4. The book also covers JavaScript 1.1, which is the first industry-standard version known as ECMAScript.
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